o2label 01~027 DBlack — Slow Shooting Stars MP3 / 256 kbps (89.00 Mb) Berlin School 01 Silent cry in atmosphere 00:04:27 02 Galaxie 00:08:12 03 Slow shooting stars 00:04:00 04 Journey to Asia 00:04:24 05 Aircraft over the sea 00:05:51 06 Third eye 00:05:14 07 Planet of endless distances 00:06:08 08 Walk in heaven 00:04:45 09 Lonely tree 00:04:02 favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: o2label, DBlack, Berlin School
"Berlin" is the first proper solo album by Tidal Force guitarist Frederik Olsen.Trying to make up the soundtrack of a city the artist has never been to, "Berlin" takes the listener on a densely packed 36-minute journey of electronic music.Written, performed, mixed & mastered by Frederik OlsenAdditional programming by PC-72Field recordings by H.C. AarupCover art designed by Frederik OlsenPainting by Karel TršickýMirrored under the provisions of the original license. Topic: Berlin School of Electronic Music Source: http://frederikolsen.bandcamp.com/album/berlin
These are my first songs I put on the web for everyone to listen to. Hope someone likes it.You may notice "Whatever" Part 1 and 3 are missing. Well still working on those but I didn't want to change the songtitles. I'm an amateur musician so be kind when you comment. Enjoy! Topics: Synthesizer, Ambient, Alternative, Berlin School
Material in this album was recorded at Worthless Research Studios, Madison, WI during the Compass Rose sessions in 2008-2009, in 2012, and various sessions in 2013-2014. Mixing, mastering and production at Temp Space Studios in Vancouver, WA Feb - June 2015. Jonathan Ewald - 6 string bass, MC202, elec guitar, fx, knives, alligator clips, radio, samples, production. Photgraphy - Patricia Zahler. Music, recording and artwork (cc: SA-BY) 2016 AnubisMusic. Except "Death by Our... Topics: dark ambient, experimental, Berlin School, improvisation, drone
Originally released in 2000 on Dark Duck Records Alpha Trajectory returns with this recording of slightly Berlin-school experimental space ambient, sequencers, and effects recorded between February and June 1998 then tweaked, twisted and mangled for 2 years, and finally unveiled. Chronicling the voyage of the world's first artificial satellite launched in 1957. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: electronic, Ambient, Spacemusic, Berlin-School Sequencers Source: Dark Duck Records
Gliese 614 - Saturn 1. Dione 2. Iapetus 3. Rhea 4. Titan Running time: 31:54 Recorded early 2005. For more info visit: http://www.myspace.com/gliese614 Topics: sequencer, berlin school, melodic, electronic music
Such a long history of mankind, numbering tens of millennia, is dappled with white specks of obscurity. We know only scattered episodes from life of the ancient ancestors, which they tried to transmit to next generations as much as possible. Great volume of knowledge is lost, destroyed or kept back by destructive progress, aiming to the future like an arrow without looking back, while the past is being covered by sands of time, and myths and legends come to surrogate invaluable traditions. We... Topics: traditional electronic, berlin school, atmospheric, tranquil
With his self-titled debut album, Omnibrain takes a milestone and introduces his actual fullest artistic imprint. After a retrospective research on the pioneers of electronic music, Omnibrain develops his concept. The idea of connecting the classical harmony with "Motorik" - electronic math and repetitiveness. The effect of this experiment is an hour of hypnotic labirynths, relevant to the genre known in the past as Berlin School. The release date - 2nd May 2011 - is not a... Topic: electronic experimental ambient berlin school IDM
The search for energy is vital question of human existence, because he is highly dependent on it in modern life; the need is growing, while resources are drying up faster and faster. There is a fragile hope on space resources, but this is not a cheap gamble, full of risk, requiring large attachment of knowledge and being fraught with deep reefs, but in the end this also demands exorbitant resources. But some scientists dream of an infinite energy source and even claim that it exists. The... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Berlin School, Sequences, Synthesizers, Traditional Electronic
More details: www.bfwrecordings.com/releases/Telegraph909/EbbAndFlow/ A beautiful 15 minute electronic song dedicated to Edgar Froese. More from Telegraph 909: www.denisdesjardins.me Topics: telegraph 909, bfw, music, ambient, berlin school, electronic
The 2nd Binary Rush carry the listener immediately to a sci-fi utopia directly from Silent Running (Douglas Trumbull, 1972) or 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (Stanley Kubrick, 1968). Also 'Grey' fits nicely within this framework by utopian dreams recorded by HAL on Betamax tapes. Betamaxx creates a very spacious sound and also allows organic elements in a fluid way in songs like 'When Hell Comes Marching Inn. There's even a trace of psychedelia in these tracks by the addition of acoustic elements... Topics: electronic, electronic, soundtrack, synthesizer, tangerine dream, Belgium, berlin school
One very mysterious sequence. Does anyone know what it is? Is it something regarding quantum theories or... just a piece of a beautiful sequencer music? 01.Q Sequence (5:21) 02.Do Anything or Do Nothing (8:18) Composed by Quantum Mechanics. All instruments programmed, keyboards and synthesizers played, music written and arranged Alexey Markov. Artwork by Anna Riet. Official Site: unitedstudios.ru Releases Blog: uscu.unitedstudios.ru Last.fm: www.last.fm/label/USC Discogs:... Topics: Quantum Mechanics, Berlin School, Traditional Electronic, Synthesizers, Sequences
Quantum mechanics is not simply a branch of physics or some direction in science. Quantum mechanics is a very different conception on the reality around us and about our place in the world. To understand what it means, here is an example of such idea: if two interrelated electron are divided by space as big as the universe, and we affect one of them, the second electron instantly react to changes with the first. This is not a signal between them - it is the relationship as a single whole... Topics: Berlin School, Dimension, Dream, Futuristic, Melodic, Progressive, Sequences, Traditional Electronic
Future. Forthcoming. The state of time which will certainly happen and take form of the present. But in this instance future is not a state of time, future is a state of society, culture and science. Being in progress, the world follows from age to age, and then a moment comes when every dweller on Earth may say for sure: "Yes, I'm already living in the future now, it has come!". This state of society ripens very slowly, but inevitably - hereof futurists, scientists and sociologists... Topics: Traditional Electronic, Berlin School, Space, Futuristic, Psy-Ambient
Emil Bech: Korg Kaossilator, Akai MiniAK, DSI Mono EvolverFrederik Olsen: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, Roland D-50, programmingHC Aarup: Roland Alpha Juno 1, Mac wizardry/wranglingPC-72: Alesis Micron, MFB Kraftzwerg, ARP Omni-2, old upright piano, Rhodes piano, Mellotron, sequencers, programmingMixed and produced by PC-72 at Eyepot Studio VINebula Composed by PC-72Gaining Momentum Composed by Frederik OlsenTidal Force Composed by Emil Bech, Frederik Olsen, HC Aarup, PC-72Mirrored under... Topics: Berlin School of Electronic Music, Space Rock, Progressive Electronic, Ambient Source: http://tidalforce.bandcamp.com/album/nebula
As a sequel to Music for Mars Missions, the journey home is quite different though there are some similarities. As it is technically not possible yet to make a journey to Mars and return at once, some time will pass. A base on the Red Planet needs to be built and a new space ship has to be constructed in orbit. But when it finally comes to leaving Mars, a golden ark will set the course home. This first ship will be laden with new technologies and understandings of how to preserve life on a... Topics: Berlin School, Futuristic, Sci-Fi, Space, Traditional Electronic
More details: www.bfwrecordings.com/releases/Telegraph909/Transmit/ Canadian producer Denis Desjardins returns to BFW with a second album of short electronic pieces. Berlin School style sequencers and warm electronics. Telegraph 909 on the web: www.denisdesjardins.me Topics: telegraph 909, bfw, electronic, experimental, berlin school, ambient
Wandering and wondering on a fascinating journey on untrodden paths of the galaxy. Charming excellence of Berlin School sequences and genuine space ambient. An album of records made in 2007-2008, ranging from already mentioned sessions when Desert Dreams and Floating Water were recorded, through Area-View sessions and till last days of 2008. Mastered in January 2009. Now you can hear other untold space stories! Tracklist: 01.Electronic Tree (8:56) 02.Aquatone (13:38) 03.Flying Over the Orange... Topics: Ambient, Berlin School, Sequences, Space, Spherical, Synthesizer, Traditional Electronic, WMRI
It is said that man can achieve anything in his dreams. Less than 500 years ago Copernicus discovered that Earth was not the center of the universe. In 1609 Galileo Galilei pointed his telescope on various planets in our Solar System. From then on the dream began. What are those strange lines on the surface of Mars? Are we alone, circling the sun? These questions still puzzle us. And there is only one way to find out for sure - to set foot on Mars, like we did in 1969 on the Moon. Not just to... Topics: Berlin School, Futuristic, Sci-Fi, Space, Traditional Electronic
Step into the world of far-away stars and immerse yourself into darkness of cosmic depths on a spaceship with non-technogenic design. Find yourself in distant future and look at the beauty of our own Milky Way with the eyes of a human and aliens' union. Death cannot not stop life in these infinite spaces. 01.Cosmic Voyager (7:52) 02.Distant Dark (7:56) 03.Crystal Water and the Sky (7:58) 04.Lost Hong (13:12) 05.Death Will Come Too Late (9:04) 06.Light-Blue Aster (8:08) 07.Crystal Band (6:22)... Topics: Retro-Futuristic, Traditional Electronic, Berlin School, Space, Synthesizers, Sequences
Dear listeners! Thank you for the interest to the ‘International Electronic Music Alliance: Berlin School Compilation’. If you like it, please support the artists who made and shared this music - buy their CDs and web releases, visit their concerts, talk about them to your friends. For any reuse, broadcasting or distribution of the tracks from ‘International Electronic Music Alliance: Berlin School Compilation’ please contact their authors (addresses are written inside the booklet and... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Berlin School, EM, Electronic Music, Sequencers, Synthesizers, Space
A chunk out of a live improv from over the weekend, sounds a bit Pink Floyd once the initial ambience dissolves and I was going to add some OD's to it and then as always couldnt be bothered. Topics: Analoguekid, modulatoresp forum, Berlin School, Ambientlive records, Awakenings
First album from the Contemporary Electronic Soundscapes series.For details see here.Recommended download is FLAC with Cuesheets..Mirrored under the provisions of the original license. Topics: Contemporary Electronic Soundscapes, Berlin School of Electronic Music Source: http://ces.studio-nagran.pl/modules/content/index.php?id=2
Solar system is a giant cosmic city. The planets, warmed with heat near the Sun, chase each other, while on the edge of the Solar system, where cold reigns, frozen worlds live their mysterious life in unhurried motion. Here, on the boundary, the Sun is so far, that it can hardly be found among billions of alien stars in the sky. Anxious darkness enchants, and so near extrasolar space is beckoning. And still we are under protection of the gravity of our star. One little step is enough to leave... Topics: Vortex Mechanic, Traditional Electronic, Psy-Ambient, Space, Berlin School
On the 30th September 2009 there was an idea of performing live on streaming radio. StreamerP2P was chosen as a platform. In some days all the preparations were made and one hour live show was performed on the 4th November. Almost complete improvisation! Only about 10 listeners though. But here it is available again in slightly remastered form and with bonus studio track from the 5th November. Tracklist: 01.Images of Light and Dark (14:07) 02.Excavation Site in Sector E-3 (18:18) 03.At the Moon... Topics: Ambient, Berlin School, Sequences, Space, Synthesizer, Traditional Electronic, WMRI
More details / alternative download: www.bfwrecordings.com/releases/Kosmoplan/SpaceBallistic/ An epic slice of Berlin school inspired ambient electronica from Omsk-based producer Kosmoplan. kosmoplan.bandcamp.com Topics: kosmoplan, bfw, omsk, russia, berlin school, electronic, electronica, ambient
In a journey through life one may experience periods of reflection, search for new beginnings and deeper philosophies. The most important and impacting episodes of life leave an imprint of a shifting style of common work, artistry, intercourse, mood and even way of life. Such unpredictable changes are similar to the behavior of elementary particles: physically so small that only imagination can help to see them, and as a matter of fact so huge that their influence is noticeable across the... Topics: Berlin School, Sci-Fi, Space, Traditional Electronic, Futuristic, Dream, Ambient
In an attempt to create new stuff SKAARJ mixes classical ambient with elements of industrial, techno and noise in a conceptual album. «The Human and the World» is like a different point of view on a modern globalized mankind and a history of a person inside it trying to find oneself. Using only outdated software and archival samples most of which are made before 1997, analogue synthesizers and 8-track editor SKAARJ produces the true old school sound of the 20th century. 01.At the Bottom of... Topics: Ambient, Berlin School, Melodic, Sequences, SKAARJ, Space, Synthesizer, Traditional Electronic
Time Zero is the fourth album from Modulator ESP. All tracks were recorded as live studio improvisations between 2003 and 2006. There was a limited edition release of 25 copies released on 1st May 2006, which is now long sold out. Topics: Modulator ESP, ambient, sequencer, Berlin School, space, spacemusic, soundscapes, neusonik
"Event Horizon" is a new space ambient and progressive electronic concept album from Subterrestrial. Follow the first human expedition into deep space on an audio journey that will take you to the very edge of a black hole. Topics: space ambient, ambient, ambient electronica, progressive ambient, progressive electronic, space...
Time has no beginning and no end, but we can take a segment even from infinity. To take a slice of time and to put it on a table of the expert, who can explain the meaning of what is happening there. The past is so murky that it often becomes an object of thorough study: if not it, then what else has a direct link with where, or better say, how we do exist. At the same time, the future is being built before our eyes and by our hands, although at times it is unpredictable - only if in the... Topics: Berlin School, Retro-Futuristic, Space, Spacesynth, Traditional Electronic, Vintage, Synthwave,...
Mysterious and diversiform as the cosmic scopes, this graceful electronic music will take into a wonderful flight through cosmic vastness. Due to the mankind's progress in conquering of space the Solar System Federation was founded. The melancholic symphony of space humanity is spread all around the galaxy and unhurried cosmowagons are floating in an open interstellar carrying the passengers to places near and far away. Composed by Tornfly. All instruments programmed, music written and... Topics: Berlin School, Flight, Future, Interstellar, Melancholic, Psy-Ambient, Sequences, Space, Symphonic,...
The virtual reality interferes into the most private spheres of human life, sometimes defining his destiny... 01.Anima's Smile (3:41) 02.Cyber Love II (4:48) 03.Transformation (4:46) 04.Cyber Love I (7:11) 05.Dream Pulse (4:17) 06.Diva (4:09) 07.Orange Dream (4:04) 08.Memories of Oldfield (5:38) 09.Stars are Shining (4:46) 10.Back in Time (3:25) All instruments programmed, synthesizers and keyboards played, music written and arranged by Carlo Celuque. Artwork by Santiago. Official Site:... Topics: Atmospheric, Berlin School, Light, Lounge, Melodic, Spacesynth, Synthesizer, Traditional...